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KNOCKED OUT: Antifa Tries To Mess With Trump Supporters In Portland, Embarrass Themselves

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Portland, Oregon is the alt-left’s heaven. There’s nowhere else in the world that wearing a Bernie Sanders T-shirt has a higher likelihood of resulting in a discount on your daily soy-latte. So to say that they hate President Donald Trump, and anyone who supports him is an understatement.

That’s why when conservative speaker Joey Gibson chose to launch his “Patriot Prayer” protests in recent years, he faced intense opposition. Gibson isn’t someone with highly contentious political opinions most places, but in the liberal safespace of Portland, his message of “God and Freedom” is considered coded Nazi language (Antifa literally thinks this).

Even Portland’s Mayor, Ted Wheeler has used his position of power to try to stop him. But he wasn’t successful in that, or pretty much anything else in life besides becoming Portland’s Mayor.

Joey Gibson’s now-famous Patriot Prayer events have now become a controversial staple in Portland, and other liberal cities in the Northwest. The most recent protest occurred Saturday, and it was seen by many as the most violent event yet, with Antifa coming out in force, throwing explosives, and violently assaulting everyone in sight.

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This event became so violent that for the first time, the city of Portland pulled the permit held by Gibson. The permit being pulled was a direct response to the violent actions of Antifa protesters.

But in the face of Antifa violence, those on Joey Gibson’s side held their ground, fighting back to defend themselves. In the end, Antifa was left embarrassed, while police escorted Gibson and his supporters out of the area, which was largely beneficial for the Antifa protesters who had faced an embarrassing defeat.

Perhaps the best video to come from the incident is a man on Joey Gibson’s side, who identifies as a Proud Boy, knocking out a protester who attempted to attack him with a metal baton.

The man, wearing a black and yellow Fred Perry polo shirt, which has become the now-famous uniform of the Proud Boys, forced his attacker to the ground with one punch. After being knocked out, the Antifa supporter had to be carried away by a group of his fellow protesters.

Big League Politics reached out to Gavin McInnes, who founded the Proud Boys, whose only comment was “F#&k around and find out,” stating that Antifa “found out.”

There were other moments of violence, which resulted in multiple ambulances being sent to the scene. But all of the initiated violence appeared to come from Antifa, with Joey Gibson’s side seeming to only act in defense. Watching the footage made one thing clear, Joey Gibson’s side clearly won the battle presented in front of them.

 

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DRUDGE: The Left Has A ‘Fetish’ For Trump’s Death

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One of the most powerful media men in the world sent a rare tweet this morning regarding the political left’s obsession with the death of President Donald J. Trump.

“The left’s continued fetish for Trump’s physical harm/death is stunning…” Drudge said on Twitter.

The New Yorker cover photo depicts a bloody Trump falling flat on his face at the bottom of an escalator.

Just last week, a Facebook group called “Wake Up America” posted a photo depicting Trump’s decapitated head with a menacing “reminder” caption. This week, a shop in Portland, OR, was forced to take down a graphic image plastered on their window depicting Trump’s throat being slit.  Washed-up comedienne Kathy Griffin did a photoshoot holding Trump’s decapitated head last year which cost her what was left of her meager career.

On Instagram, The New Yorker explained themselves.

“A little more than three years ago, Donald Trump descended an escalator in Trump Tower to announce his candidacy for the Presidency,” the magazine wrote. “That image makes a return in next week’s cover, ‘Thumbs-Up,’ by Barry Blitt, which remarks on Trump’s performance during and after his summit with Vladimir Putin, in Helsinki.”

Since the graphic imagery references current events, apparently that makes it okay.

Drudge, the notoriously quiet and mysterious media mogul usually deletes his tweets within hours of posting them.

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